Learning Material

Through the development of fun and informative learning material and opportunities for students to get involved in caring for their local patch of bushland we help to create the next generation of nature carers. 

Inspiring the next generation

Experience has shown that education helps to instil a greater sense of care for, and connection to nature. Through our school’s nestbox program and development of learning material, Glideways helps to raise awareness of biodiversity and the benefits of a healthy environment for both people and nature.

Working in close collaboration with the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage, Department of Education and Training and local teachers with support from the NSW Environmental Trust we have developed a Teaching Package for Stage 3 NSW students. Funding will be sought to develop similar packages for other primary school and secondary school grades.

Wildlife Corridors for Kids – Stage 3 Teaching Package

This two semester unit was developed to assist Stage 3 NSW students to learn about and understand the importance and need for connectivity conservation and the value of large landscape projects such as the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative. The package is designed to make it easy for teachers to deliver a range of Stage 3 learning outcomes across a spectrum of K-10 and K-6 syllabuses.

It’s Cats Play – Teaching Resources

Building on from our Glideways teaching resources we have partnered with The Eaton Gorge Theatre Company to create an educational program about responsible pet ownership. The program involves a play, It’s Cats Play- A catastrophic story, virtual lessons and teaching resource book and short videos. See more at this link

Be part of the solution

Everyone has something to contribute, from participating
in one of our citizen science projects, to protecting habitat on your farm.

Get Involved